Thinking about organising a Biology Week event?
We are very pleased to hear from organisations and individuals who are keen to help make Biology Week a success.
You don’t have to be a member of the Royal Society of Biology to organise events; we welcome the support of scientists, teachers or anyone who has a passion for biology!
Need help thinking of an event?
You can organise lectures, debates, school visits, field trips, hands-on demonstrations, a Big Biology Day or anything that will help people discover more about the wonders of biology.
We've put together packs to help you with some ideas to come up with your own Biology Week event!
Primary school teachers
Check out our guide for event ideas if you are thinking of organising an event for schoolchildren under the age of 11.
Secondary school teachers
Our guide is ideal for helping you think up ideas for an event suitable for students aged 11+.
Students and biology societies
Download our guide on how you or your student-run BioSoc can get involved.
Individuals and our members
If you're looking to run an event on your own but not sure how, we have the guide for you.
If your organisation is putting together a Biology Week event, check out how we can help you deliver and promote your event with our Member Organisations guide.
Need help with promotion or social media?
Visit our social media and communications page for help promoting your event and capturing the action on social media.
Get in touch if you have any questions about organising an event or volunteering at an existing event, or would like to discuss any ideas.
Good luck planning your event and when you’re there don’t forget to take photos, tweet #BiologyWeek, and have fun!